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March 6, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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WOULD REVISE CONTEST LAWS ,9 Members of Iowa House Whose Seats Were in Doubt File Bill. DES MOINES, (fl) -- The nine house members whose seats were contested filed with the house a bill to rewrite the statute covering contests Keats. The measure for general assembly would require contestants to file written notice of contest upon the incumbent within five days after the official canvass is completed and with the secretary of state within 10 days It also would require the contestant to list any alleged illegal votes cast or any legal votes rejected. No certificate of election would be issued for any contested seat 'until the contest was determined and if the contestant was beaten by more than one-third of 1 per cent he would be required to post bond to cover payment of the contest costs in the event his contest should fail. The house speaker and lieutenant governor would appoint committees of five to hear, contests within five days after notice of contest was filed and the hearings would be held immediately, not after the assembly convenes as Uie present law provides. The committee reports would be submitted to the next general assembly as soon as it convened. MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. "YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE" STARS SIDNEY, FONDA Sylvia Sidney and Henry Fonda, both stars of "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine," again are teamed in "You Only Live Once," which opened Saturday at the Cecil. Directed by Fritz Lang, who has to his credit such productions as "Fury," "M," and "Metropolis," "You Only Live Once" is the unforgettable story of a man and woman hounded by the law after MOVIE MENU CECIL--"You Only Live Once" and "No Blaii of Her Own" through Monday. PALACE--"Black Legion" and "Two AVise Maids" through Tuesday. STATE--"Undercover Man" : and "Go-Get-'Em-Haincs" end S a. t u r.d a y, "Pennies From Heaven" arid "Seven Sinners" start Sunday. STRAND--"Larceny of the Air" and "Kelly the Second" end Saturday. "Our Relations" and "Tarzan Escapes" start Sunday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Flying Hostess" and "Wild Brian Kent" end Saturday. "The Great O'Malley" and "Hideaway Girl" start Sunday. the fugitive escapes from prison when convicted for a crime he did not commit. Also on the program which ba- gan Saturday is "No Man of Her Own," in which Clark Gable and Carole Lombard are starred. * * ff "Our Relations," a Laurel and Hardy full length feature comedy, and "Tarzan Escapes," with Johnny Weismuller and Mau- .rcen O'Sulltvan, start at the Strand Sunday. * 3 a With new and improved Mirro- jihunic sound recording system as an added attraction, the Palace Saturday offered its patrons the sensational story of the hooded Michigan terrorists, entitled "Black Legion," and a second feature, "Two Wise Maids." Humphrey Bogarl, Dick Foran, F.rin O'Brien-Moore, Ann Shcri- rlan and Robert Barral are only a few of the characters in "Black Legion," a picture only as ancient as yesterday's headlines. Alison Skinworlh and Polly Moran carry off leading portravals in "Two ,\Vise Maids." * * · * Bin? Crosby's "Pennies From Heaven" and a first run picture, "Seven Sinners," in which Constance Cummings, Edmund Lowe and Henry Oscar are featured, ·will play at the State beginning Sunday. Playing at Clear Lake's theater beginning Sunday will be "The Great O'Malloy," with Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart and Ann Sheridan, and "Hideaway Girl," featuring Martha Rayc. ''. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 6 · 1937 ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE intro- the Iowa in DBS MOINES, duced and passed by house and senate: Introduced in Senate: S. F. 25: -- By Mason -- Malting property of schools and colleges "except such as is used for educational purposes," subject to taxation. S. P. 252-- By agriculture committee -- Exempting insecticides and fertilizers from sales tax. S. P. 253 -- By military affairs committee-- Creating a World war orphans' educational fund. S. P. 254-- By Breen-- Requiring retail and wholesale milk dealers to obtain licenses. S. F. 255 -- By Hopkins -- Provid- --.g-for nomination by petition for independent candidates and those sponsored by organizations other than political parties. S. P. 25S -- By departmental affairs committee -- Providing fireproofing regulations for public buildings. S. F. 257-- By Doran-- Changing compensation of assessors. S. F. 258 -- By Shaw and others -- Providing an excise tax on penalty interest. S. F. 259-- By Gillespie and Breen -- Providing for county election commissioners to supervise elections. S. F. 260-- By Gillespie and others -- Prohibiting distribution ol campaign literature on election day. S. P. 261-- By Mighell-- Requiring telephone companies to furnish equal long distance facilities to any other local exchanges. S. F. 262-- By Breen-- Making some changes in criminal procedure statutes. S. P. 2G3-- By Levis-- Regulating blasting in coal mines. Passed by Senate: H. J. R. 8-- Providing appointment of a committee to study the stale office housing situation S. F. 214-- By judiciary 2-- Legalizing renewal of incorporation ot the Farmers Lumber company of Rhodes, Iowa. (27 to 0.) S. F. 215-- By judiciary 2-Legalizing renewal of the Greely Mutual Fire Insurance association of Exira, Iowa. (33 to 0 ) S. F. 216-- By judiciary 2-Legalizing renewal of the Dukes- Law company of Centerville, Iowa. (36 to 0.) S. F. 217--By judiciary 2-- Act Would Encourage Out of State Buying by Tax Exemptions DES MOINES, (/P)--The Iowa house of representatives was asked Friday to encourage Iowa buying by out of state residents of border sections by exempting them from the 2 per cent sales tax. The: proopsal was introduced by Representative J. T. Dykhouse (R) of Rock Rapids, who would grant such exemptions to persons living \vithin 5 miles of the Iowa bound- ·y. These potential customers would only be required to file a f f i d a v i t of non-resident lo escape the sales tax levy. ai-y, But the rewards must remain unequal while ou» man follows a plow and another prefers playing pool.--Kcwauce Star-Courier. Legalizing renewal of Farmers' Mutual Fire and Lightning Insurance association o£ Dallas Center Iowa. (36 to 0.) S. F. 219--By library committee--Changing provisions of con- :rol o[ fines and rentals collected by public libraries. (37 to 0.) S. F. 164--By pharmacy committee--Strengthening state law on sales of poisons. (40 to 0.) Introduced in (he House: H. F. 291--By Christolfersen-- -.egalizing Cedar Palls issuance of $29,000 ol refunding bonds.' H. F. 292--By Strickler--Au- :horizing city councils to fix compensation for civil service commissioners. H. F. 293--By Kcefe--Exempti- ng manufacturers of serums from chain store tax. H. F. 284--By Diet?, and Engcl --Granting title to the city ol Davenport in Mississippi river bed ·md banks (levee) and filled in ands. H. F. 235--By Gallagher--Pro- iding that parents guilty of neg- ect of children may be fined 5100 or sent to jail for 30 days. H. F. 206--By Gallagher--Pro 'iding that heads of families earn- ng $17.50 or more per week shall not be exempt from judgment execution. H. F. 297--By Gallagher--Providing that regular payments may be made to satisfy garnishments. H. F. 298--By Moore o£ Taylor --Providing for immediate trans- er of $500 from estates to credit }£ widows and before appointment of administrators. H. F. 299--By Moore of Taylor --Providing that tax exemption may not be granted on contract ales unless contracts are recorded. H. F. 300--By Maniece--In- rcasing from 3 to H days the time imit in which action may be filed against a sheriff or peace officer. H. F. 301--By Maniece--Au- -hovizing public officials to discontinue carrying in their records items in insolvent banks. H. F. 302--By Goode of Davis --Exempting radio stations from liability for damaging statements unless proper care has not been exercised. H. F. 303--By Bulow-Judd-Providing for state inspection of beer in original packages and imposition of 4 per cent inspection lax-. K. F. 304--By state planning-Creating state planning board of 10 members and giving official status to the board. H. F. 30a--By Fishbaugh--Providing that the principal or interest paid by an endorser o£ a contract defaulted, or of a loan defaulted, may be deducted in computing income tax. H. F. 306--By Keefe--Legalizing transfer ot 522,000 of Webster county insane funds to upkeep of county home. H. F. 307--By Latchaw--Pro- v i d i n g public school facilities for children cared for in licensed children's boarding homes. K. F. 308--By Laf.chaw--Legal- izing transfer by Muscatine county of $16,000 from insane fo poor relief funds. H. F. 309--By Johnson of Kan- cock--Providing that the state highway commission shall convey to cities and towns, fees acquired in right-of-way transactions. H. F. 310--By Dykehouse--Exempting border residents within 5 miles from the sales tax. H. F. 311--By Keefe, Johannes --Providing use tax on all articles of tangible persona! property purchased outside the state. H. F. 312--By Mercer--Appropriating 528,303 to allow stale geological survey lo co-operale in federal surveys. H. F. 313-By Peisen--Estab- THRBB City Screen Attractions ABOVE, a scene from "Block Legion," now at the Palace depicting the nefarious escapades of Detroit's hooded hoodlums. "Two Wise Maids," starring: (lie new comedy team of Folly Moran and Alison Skinworlh is on the same program. KING CROSBY IS S E E N crooning: in "Pennies F r o m Heaven," which opens Sunday at the State, while at the lower left corner arc Edmund Lowe and Constance Cummlncs in a scene from "Seven Sinners,' second feature on the program. SEEN ABOVE IS A SCENE from "Tarzan Escapes," starring Johnny IV'cissmullcr and Maureen O'Sulllvan, opening at the Strand Sunday. LAUREL AND HARDY ARE pictured above as they appear in "Our Relations," full length feature comedy which opens at thn Strand Sunday. . n f Ts - N J? Y ^ ND " E NRY FONDA IN A SCENE FROM: ou Only Live Once" now showing at the Cecil. on the double M n f P « » T ' ' ' » 1 ! i » C I ? r l £ Ga '" C a " d Carole ^niliara in "No on Monday attractions will end their engagement lishing a state department of public safety. H. F. 314---By Dykehouse--Allowing towns from 600 to 750 population lo levy a tax for 1937 and 1938 to pay amounts due under electric light contracts. H. F. 315--By Moore of Taylor --Providing that no final estate settlement shall be ordered until transfer of property is finally established. H. F. 31fl--By Blue and others- Setting up new requirements for contesting elections to general assembly. H. F. 317--By Latchaw and Pine --Correcting statute relating to application ot drainage warrants upon assessments. Passed by tile House: S. F. 184--Providing for $2,500 of homestead tax exemption. Trucker Fined on Charge of Violation of Rate ALGONA--K. W. Post, Algona. entered a plea ot guilt in Justice of Peace Dnnson's court Friday to charges of operating a motor vehicle truck on Feb. 27 by violating rate schedule number seven o[ the board of railroad commissions. Charges were filed by C. J. Berger, railroad official. He was fined 57 and costs. Post operates a dray- line between Mason City and Algona. ROBERT T A Y L O R A N D Greta Garuo in "C'amillc" showing .it the Lake theater. Clear Lake, Wednesday and Thursday. Peshak Funeral at Plymouth Conducted PLYMOUTH --The funeral of Wilbur.Peshak was held Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church. The Rev. T. C. Collister assisted by the Rev. William Galbreth of Olivet Zion church of Mason City assisting, officiated The Misses GoHie and" Claudie Michalelc and Dorothy Hunchis were flower girls. Pallbearers w , e '', e Glen Sheka, Arnold SheUa Wilbur Urbatt-h, Verle Fleurck' Robert Smith and Gerald Bor- ehard. A men's quartet composed of John Collister, Roy Witt, Bruce Chilson and Cryle Lamson .sang three selections. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery. The supreme court wasn't discussed during the campaign. Iheres no sense in discussing a thing after you have made up your mind.--Lincoln Star Play lo Be Presented. LIME SPRINGS--A comedy in four acts, ".Romance in a B'oarding House" will be given March 0 at the high school gym by the high school band. This will be a benefit play. EQUIPPED WITH THE NEW MIRROPHONIC SOUND! THEY SAID IT COULDN'T HAPPEN HERE-BUT IT DIDf America's Society of Organized Butchers Exposed! If A New Screen-Scream Team POLLY MORAN ALISON SKIPWORTH "2 WISE MAIDS" .ECION Humphrey BOGART D I C K F O R A N ANN SHERIDAN D I C K IE ION E S -y i ii . - i- fHli SUNDAY - MONDAY A Two Hit Family Program Pat O'Brien-Sybil Jason --in-"The Greal O'Malley" PLUS "Hideaway Girl" . --with-Martha Rayc-Sliirley Ross Continuous Sun., 1:00-11:00 lOc - 2Bc Ends Saturday "FLYING HOSTESS" "WILD BRIAN KENT" "FLASH GORDON" [ T h r e e - U n i t s llic Kids lOc Students Compete in Essay Contest WASHINGTON---An essay contest is being sponsored among senior high school students by the Washington committee on housing. The subject involved is "How Boys and Girls Can Aid in Obtaining Bettor Housing and Making Proper Use of It." ° C l -EAR LflKE SATURDAY MODERN DANCE BENNETT-GRETEN Coming Charles City News 2 Groups From M. E. Churches Entertained CHARLES CITY' -- T h e Clara Swain Auxiliary of the Central Methodist church entertained the Evening Auxiliary of the First Methodist church and the Standard Bearers of the Central M. E. church in the church parlors. Ida Stoeber and Ethel Toepfer had charge of the devotionals after which Virginia Zastrow played a violin solo. A sketch of the life of Albert Sweitzer was given by Flora Klages which was followed by a solo by Pauline Watson. Mrs. Ella Hauser reviewed portions of the book, "Valorous Ventures," by Isham. Miss Charlotte Magdsick gave a report of the 10 day conference on international relations held at Grinnell last summer when a number of outstanding men gave lectures to a group of 200 men and women. Several members of the Standard Bearers presented a one act play, called "A Diamond in tlie Rough." The program ended with a duet by Mrs. Albert Stiehl and Mrs. Irene Schilling. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--A marriage license was issued to Harm H. Bents and Sena Seims, both of Dumont. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Fay and Mrs. Mary Fay returned from Independence where they attended the funeral ot Will Dudley, a relative Howard Pfaff of LaCrossej Wis., has accepted a position in the Gamble store. The Maynard Lutheran dartbnll team won 2 to I from the St. John s Lutheran team before a large crowd. The contest was one of a series of inter-city competitions being held this winter. A social hour and refreshments was enjoyed. Following the weekly luncheon the members of the Lions' club inspected (he Y. M. C. A. and watched a display of life saving put on by four Boy Scouts under the direction of R. n. McMains PROTESTS BACK BANCROFT CDC Object lo Reported Plan to Move Camp From Kossuth County. WASHINGTON, (if)~ Senator Clyde L. Herring of Iowa placed, before Civilian Couservalion corps authorities Saturday protests against a reported plan to discontinue the CCC camp at Bancroft, Kossulh county, Iowa. The protests said the camp had been doing drainage work which was incomplete at present, and that if it were transferred or changed to a biological camp this would "discount the full value of many oC the drains." Director Robert Fechner replied that under the present CCC program "no camp will be closed until its approved work program lias been completed, and when that is done the camp will be closed and the enrolled strength distributed to other camps." Dr. W. E. Voreck was in charge o£ the program. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Co.v have moved to their home which they recently purchased on the Bassett road. The receipts of the birthday ball have been announced by P. C. Lapham, secretary and treasurer. Total amount received was $185.- G9, expenses were $85.90, leaving a balance o£ 599.73. Of this amount 529.93 was sent to the national committee and $69.8G was retained to be spent locally. The balance on hand from previous balls was $11)0.92, leaving a balance of 5170.78. T w e n I y - f i v e members o £ Charles City Temple No. 84, Pythian Sisters went to Waterloo Friday night fo put on the initiatory work for a new lodge organized, there to be known as Grace Temple. Color mixture in boxing should cause no nice trouble. When white men intrude on a colored frolic in the south, everybody thinks they deserve what they get.--Lincoln Star. STARTS SUNDAY Johnny WE1SSMULLER Maureen O'SULUVAN A GREAT SHOW FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY UNTIL 3 P. M. ENDS TONITE 'LITTLE MISS MARKER' "ARIZONA DAYS" "ACE DRUMMOND" NEWS "OUR RELATIONS" MIDNITE SHOW This Theatre Equipped With Mirrophomc Sound NOW SHOWING Late Show SATURDAY sla a l r 10p.m. Ends Monday Only Couples Will l?c Admitted Adrn. $1.50 a Couple Tax Incl, Booth Rescrvalinns if Desired :U §1.00 and Sl.nl) I cr Bnolli. h - S I a k c Reservation Now! K I I) E T 11 K B (J S Social I M V C S I I , c S u r f tor U a s n n C i i y a i t o ' c l n c k e v e r y Salllrilay n i f f h t tiils S a t u r d a y " l - n d e r c o v e r STARTING SUNDAY! DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Clisirr's 7,ast Sl.ind' with M HEAVEI1 ·J-7 IV A MADGE EVANS CO-FEATURE: (Successor to "The Thin'Man' EDMUND LOWE [CONSTANCE CUMMINGS IN "SEVEN SINNERS" ON THE STAGE: SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL! KIDDIES MATINEE SATURDAY EIGHT ACTS AMATEUR VAUDEVILLE In Competition for Cash Prizes SYLVIA SIDNEY HENRY FONDA BARTON HacLANE WARREN HYMER S n y i . . . ·This p i c t u r a pace Sun Mai. 2(ic 'Til ;i P. M. FEATURE NO. 2-The Toast of All Screen Entertainment; CLARK GABLE CAROLE LOMBARD --in-"No Man of Her Own" with Dorothy Mackalll Starts TUESDAY SINGi SWING! YOUTH HAS ITS FLING! ^^iy*** o»d WINI SHAW . ROSS AUXANDM · HUOH O'CONNEU, · A W=m.r Ir... PI...... Extra Added Attraction! Popcyc Cartoon--All in Color "Popeye and Sinbad, the Sailor" A Full 20 minutes of Fun and Laiiffhs!

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